Saturday, 11 February 2017

"Demand a parliamentary vote for marriage equality" - Amnesty International


Please sign the Amnesty petition so David and I can get married. 

Despite what the christian haters say, it is indeed a human rights issue, as Amnesty International attests to:
Choosing to marry the person you love is a human right, and an important way many people choose to show their commitment. But in Australia, LGBTQI couples still don’t have this right, despite two-thirds of Australians believing marriage should be equal.

A Senate Inquiry into marriage equality was launched this year, kicking off 2017 in the right direction. In this critical time, it’s up to us to make our voices heard and pressuring our elected representatives to do their jobs.

This Inquiry is the first step towards pushing marriage equality before parliament for a vote. Together we can achieve this, but we need you to demand a parliamentary vote for progress, love and fairness.


This is about people in our community that we care about. It could be a friend, a workmate, neighbour or family member.

We should all be treated fairly under the law. Love is love, it’s as simple as that.

Take action now and demand a parliamentary vote for marriage equality. Amnesty International petition to Trumbles